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PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKY, March 27. /ITAR-TASS/. Head of the Russian Investigative Committee department in Kamchatka Territory Yuri Moroz has been appointed as acting head of the new Investigative Committee branch created in the Russian Crimean city of Sevastopol. Chairman of the Russian Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin has signed a decree to this effect on March 25, spokesperson of the Investigative Committee branch in Kamchatka Yelena Matafonova told ITAR-TASS on Thursday.
“Today he (Moroz) was assigned to leave Kamchatka for an indefinite period of time,” she added.
Moroz’s deputy Alexander Lipalo is named as acting head of Kamchatka investigation department instead of Moroz assigned to work in the city of Sevastopol.
Lieutenant General of Justice Yuri Moroz was appointed head of the Russian Investigative Committee department in Kamchatka Territory in May 2001. He was born in the city of Tashkent, the capital of the then Uzbek Soviet Socialistic Republic, on March 29, 1971. He graduated from the law faculty of Tashkent State University in 1993. Moroz was recruited to serve in bodies of Russian Investigative Committee on September 7, 2007, after 13 years of work in prosecutor’s office, including 11 years — in the military prosecutor’s office. He is awarded with the Medal for the Merit to the Fatherland III class, the Good Conduct Medal II class of the Investigative Committee under the Russian prosecutor’s office. He is married and has two children.